Lakeshore Hotel & Apartments
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- Continental Breakfast
- Room service
- Swimming pool
- Free High-Speed Internet
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... family, more great food and company, we head to the railway station for the night train to Srimongal. The night train is not as much fun as day travel but the seats we have are comfortable recliners so some sleep is ...
When it comes to tourism and travelling Bangladesh is not a very popular name for sure. This is unfortunate for a country which has a lot of things to offer for the tourist. Travelling to Bangladesh can be an exciting and unforgettable experience for travelers. Bangladesh offers visitors a wealth of opportunity to discover so many things that are very much unexplored and unknown to the world. World's longest seaside is there and so is the biggest ...
After being rejected by the Indian border, we took a deep breath (or ten) and started the 12 hour bus journey back to Dhaka. The driver had a bigger horn than anything we have been in, and thus was much faster and gutsier. Because our vehicle was 'heavy', we were sent to the extremely long line to wait for the 'big-vehicle' ferry to cross the river. The line meant that we were stopped for 3 hours with a constant line of vendors and ...
... I read about it, and I saw a tourist group only once and they did have an armed guard with them. Totally unnecessary I would say and it looks stupid. MADE IN BANGLADESH I was really fed up of seeing anything religious after being in India, so I had a list of things to do in Bangladesh that most visitors/tourists would not do. I visited the Chittagong harbor and entered some big vessels there while being unloaded, I saw the infamous shipbreaking yards (see ...
Breakfast is similar to yesterday, possibly even more awesome. I drink some tea, which I drink in Bangladesh at every opportunity. Today we are going to Old Dhaka, Rasheed's father is with us. He is a good influence. He has this kind of casual, relaxed presence that influences others. He used to run their family business (more tomorrow) and travel a lot, but now taking things a bit easier. Old Dhaka is in the south of Dhaka, I don't remember how long it takes to get ...